Return of the Obra Dinn, Doom 64 and Other Announcements From Nintendo Direct on September 5th

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A new Nintendo Direct has just ended, during which Nintendo presented a wide range of games coming to Nintendo Switch, including Overwatch, Divinity: Original Sin 2 – Definitive Edition and the definitive version of Xenoblade Chronicles.

For the occasion, he also provided new details on previously announced games, including Luigi’s Mansion 3Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield. In November Terry Bogard of the Fatal Fury series will join the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster, while today a series of Super NES classics will arrive in the Nintendo Switch Online service.

The surprises, however, have not ended here. In addition to all the news we talked about in previous news, many other games have been shown and many other announcements have been made. Let’s find out together!

  • Tetris 99 – Update Ver. 2.0 + DLC: Tetris 99 Invictus mode arrives, but it is not suitable for the faint of heart! Before they can play, users will have to reach the TETRIS MAXIMUS rank, given only to those who win at least once in the classic online mode of Tetris 99. In addition to the Invictus mode, daily missions make their debut. By completing them, players will receive tickets to exchange for a variety of themes. To allow you to show off your results, new icons will also be introduced. In addition, the second part of the Big Block DLC content is now available. In Rissa Real, it is possible to share Joy-Con controllers to play against each other and against the CPU. In local Arena mode, friends can challenge each other on local wireless. Upgrading to version 2. 0 and the new contents for the TLCis 99 paid DLC are available from today. Aboard version of Tetris 99, which includes the Big Block DLC and a 12-month individual subscription for Nintendo Switch Online, will be in stores from September 20th.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening: there is little left now when Link’s next adventure arrives. In The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, players can use the tile stones they get in the game to create custom-made labyrinths. The complete mazes can then be saved on an Amiibo of the Legend of Zelda series or Super Smash Bros. compatible, to be shared with friends. A new amiibo figurine by Link, inspired by the game’s graphics style, will be available from September 20th, at the release of the game.
  • Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games: in addition to the classic multiplayer events with Mario, Sonic, and friends, Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games also includes a single-player story mode, new mini-games, and 10 retro-style events. The latter feature 2D graphics, perfect for fans of old-school titles. Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will be available in Europe from November 8th.
  • Return of the Obra Dinn: this intriguing indie title that has met with great success among critics will land on Nintendo Switch this fall. The players, who impersonate an insurance company of the East India Company, will have to explore a mysterious vessel armed with a clock that allows them to rewind time, to find out what happened to the ship and its crew.
  • Rogue Company: Rogue Company is a 5-on-5 online shooter developed by Hi-Rez Studios. In this title, players can play against friends or other players of a similar level to them in various objective modes. Mercenaries are completely customizable based on the style of the player. Rogue Company will arrive on Nintendo Switch in 2020.
  • Star Wars: Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast: in this title, New Republic agent Kyle Katarn is our last hope to stop a rebel Jedi. Star Wars: Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast arrives on Nintendo Switch on September 24th.
  • DOOM 64: fans have at least 64 reasons to look forward to the release of DOOM 64 for Nintendo Switch, and the possibility of playing where they want is one of them. DOOM 64 will land on Nintendo Switch on November 22nd.
  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Complete Edition: As Geralt of Rivia, players will be able to explore a huge world at home or wherever they are. This version of the game includes all expansions and DLCs. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Complete Edition arrives on Nintendo Switch on October 15th.
  • Dauntless: in this free-to-play action RPG, players fight for survival on the edge of a wild frontier. Whether veterans with the desire to always bring their Slayer with them or beginners ready to forge a legend, players will sharpen their skills, build and customize hundreds of pieces of equipment and join other Slayers to take down giant Behemoths. The Nintendo Switch version of Dauntless will arrive this year and will be compatible with cross-play with other platforms, so Nintendo Switch users will be able to join millions of active players and, for the first time, bring their own Slayer with him.
  • Trials of Mana: a remake of this classic fantasy adventure will arrive on Nintendo Switch on April 24th. This new version includes fully dubbed characters and improved graphics. Players who want to play the original can find it in Collection of Mana, already available on Nintendo Switch.
  • New amiibo: three new Amiibo figurines from the Super Smash Bros. series, Incineroar, Chrom and Simon Belmont, will hit stores on November 15th.
  • NBA2K20: on September 6th, basketball fans can take the field with NBA2K20 for Nintendo Switch.
  • The Outer Worlds: this title, soon to be available on Nintendo Switch, will allow players to explore the most remote corners of the space and meet a series of factions fighting for power.
  • Just Dance 2020: in Just Dance 2020, coming to Nintendo Switch on November 5th, players will be able to dance to the rhythm of the hottest hits of the moment.
  • Ni No Kuni: The Threat of the Cinerea Witch: this RPG loved by fans and critics can be played anywhere on Nintendo Switch and will be available from September 20th.
  • Devil May Cry 2: this classic action game arrives on Nintendo Switch on September 19th. You can pre-download later today.
  • Vampyr: players thirsty for third-person action RPGs will be able to satisfy their appetite with Vampyr, available from October 29 on Nintendo Switch.
  • Call of Cthulhu: this RPG / survival horror arrives on Nintendo Switch on October 8th.
  • Farming Simulator 20: tractors, threshing machines and much more. Farming Simulator 20 will arrive on Nintendo Switch on December 3rd.
  • GRID Autosport: this high-speed racing game shoots through Nintendo Switch on September 19th. The pre-download will be available later today.

On top of this news, you will find the full reply from Nintendo Direct on September 5th, 2019. What was your favorite ad?